The Rolling Stones Debut ‘She’s A Rainbow’ In London


Bruce Henne | 06-28-2022

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(hennemusic) The Rolling Stones performed the 2022 debut of their classic 1967 single, “She’s A Rainbow”, during a June 25 show in London’s Hyde Park and fan filmed video of the performance has been shared online.

The track from “Their Satanic Majesties Request” appeared during the first of two nights at the iconic venue as part of the band’s 60th anniversary tour.

The event marked the fifth concert of the series – which opened in Madrid, Spain on June 1 and saw a June 13 concert in Amsterdam, The Netherlands postponed and a Bern, Switzerland show cancelled after Mick Jagger tested positive for COVID-19 while on the road.

The Stones will next perform a second show in Hyde Park on July 3 as part of the 2022 British Summer Time concert series. Watch video from the London show here.

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Doctors Order Whitesnake’s David Coverdale To Rest Due To Infection


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Whitesnake has been forced to cancel their scheduled concerts in Milan, Italy on Tuesday (June 28) and Vienna, Austria on Thursday (June 30) after frontman David Coverdale was ordered by doctors to take 5 days rest due to a sinus and trachea infection.

Coverdale share the following update with fans on Monday (June 27th),
“Dear Whitesnake fans around the world: We have been rocking our way across the globe on the first part of our Farewell Tour giving all we’ve got to you, the fans. The rigors of the road are the same for all of us and we have been trying to keep everyone healthy and safe.

“Unfortunately we have been hit recently with a couple of situations that we have been dealing with, the best we can. First our beloved band leader Reb Beach went down temporarily and he missed a couple of shows while he mended (and is much better now, by the way).

“Then the rock of our band, the Legendary Tommy Aldridge went down and we unfortunately were not able to play the Rock Imperium Festival in Cartagena this past Saturday (very regrettable and all apologies to our Spanish fans and friends).

“Tommy was bad enough at the time to have missed the first show ever in his career – The GOOD news is that he is feeling better and is anxious to get back out there to perform for all of you.

“Unfortunately I have now been hit hard as well. I started feeling a bit under the weather two days ago, and was just diagnosed with an infection of the sinus & trachea. The doctor recommends 5 days of no singing and bed rest.

“Sadly, that means that we are not going to be able to do the upcoming shows in Milan, Vienna and a decision on Zagreb [July 2] is about to be made.

“I’m very sorry to all the fans who had planned to come see our Farewell Tour in each of those cities – it’s my intention to get better as soon as possible and be able to pick up with the remaining shows of the European Farewell Tour. You are all in our hearts!!”

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Pale Waves Have Released A Sweet & Savage New Track ‘Jealousy’

Another spiky tune from ‘Unwanted’ is here.

Pale Waves have shared another piece of their upcoming new album ‘Unwanted’, and it’s yet another pop-punk belter. 

It’s called ‘Jealousy’ and feels like some of the energy of past Pale Waves tracks looked at through this new insatiable lens, and the result is as catchy as it is cutting.

Vocalist Heather Baron-Gracie had this to say about it:

“Some may see it as ridiculous, but I love a bit of jealousy – not too much, but just enough… I want jealousy in a relationship because it shows me the person only has eyes for me and me only.”

And here it is, alongside a classically stylish video:

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‘Unwanted’ is set to drop on August 12 via Dirty Hit. 

It will also feature ‘Reasons To Live’:

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And ‘Lies’: 

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Singled Out: Jay And The Cooks’ Poor Everybody


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Jay And The Cooks’ Jay Ryan tells us about their song “Poor Everybody” from their latest album, “Dried Up Dreams”. Here is the story:

I usually come up with a title and write the song back from that. So, I was thinking “this political and social situation we’re living through really is dire”. Not a revolutionary thought but at the time, two years ago, nevertheless true. I couldn’t read a book, I was obsessed with the impeachments, with proto-fascist groups parading around in military gear, with the feckless opposition in the USA as well as a major political party in the States slipping back to 1933. At that point it was “Poor Me”, I was ranting every morning which was practically ruining my marriage and then I thought “Poor Everybody” because if the brownshirts get the power we’re all in it together.

I needed a heavy-grunge blues guitar, so I did that myself. I needed a weird blues groove, so I inverted a shuffle…I wanted the song to grate your ears. Martin Ingle and Marty Vicker pounded on the bass and drums like they were cannons, and finally, Christian Poidevin (who is essentially a bluegrass player influenced by Charlie McCoy) played the harmonica solo. Christian asked me, “how would you like it to sound?” and I said, “Like the 3rd world war”. He had never played anything like that. I like the line, “vicious little bullies having all the fun, sensitive soul’s minds all stuck in the mud”. Things are getting worse too, so “Poor Everybody”.

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen and watch for yourself below and learn more about the album here

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Three Songs From Linkin Park’s ‘Living Things’ Have Hit New Certification Levels In The US

A really wonderful album, still appreciated. 

Linkin Park’s ‘Living Things’ has been celebrated its 10th anniversary. An album that saw the band delve deeper into their love for electronic music whilst still delivering the piercing melody and unrelenting force they had become known for, it’s an underrated gem that you should absolutely revisit.

And with it comes a trio of new certifications for tracks reaching new levels of certification in the US according to RIAA.

The first is ‘Burn It Down’, which is now 3x Platinum. It’s the track’s first move since it was certified 2x Platinum back in 2017:

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The next track is ‘Castle Of Glass’, which is now Platinum. It hit the Gold certification at exactly the same time:

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And ‘Lost In The Echo’ is now Gold. It’s worth noting that the album is also certified Platinum as well:

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